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About Trinity County
In 2012 the population of Trinity County, CA was 13,526, up slightly from 13,022 in the year 2000. This population, approximately 4 persons per square mile, is spread out over the entire area of the county which is 3,179 square miles and results in a low population density. 58% of this population is employed by private businesses, while 28% is employed by the government and 15% is self-employed.
The county is almost entirely made up of white non-hispanics at 83.5%. Hispanics and latinos make up 7%, multiracial individuals make up 4.2%, American Indians and Alaska Natives make up 4% and asian individuals make up 0.7%.
What is there to do in Trinity County? Weaverville, where the jail is located, is the largest town in the county with 3,699. How small is Trinity County? It has no parking meters, nor does it have freeways or traffic lights. Like other rural California counties it's dedicated to tranquility and the outdoors.
The Trinity County jail is located at 101 Memorial Drive in Weaverville, CA.